Hot Spring Leisure City-Huwan Hotel

Address: No.55 Wangfu Street, Zhenggezhuang Village, Changping District, Beijing, 102209, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Changping District area of Beijing.
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          First Day: Culture Shock

          A travel blog entry by cadmiumcamera on Sep 18, 2015

          4 comments, 7 photos

          ... The further into the city we went the less people there were, our guide also told us it would take weeks to see the ENTIRE city, so really we only saw a fraction of it. After The Forbidden city we had lunch. Our first Chinese meal was eaten at a hotel so I couldn't tell you if the flavors were all truly traditional, as later when we had dinner at a Peking Duck restaurant the flavors of the food were drastically different. We all preferred lunch ...

          Tired and cold from the walking

          A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 02, 2014

          24 photos

          ... quality images. We saw several different types of 3D printers, and a wonderful fridge door. Yes, believe it or not, a fridge door. It was transparent. But it wasn't really. It was so cool!! You could see inside, but you could also interact with it, and you could write notes, you could check the use by dates on the food, it could send you messages. I took a very quick video of it in action because I was excited by it. If you didn't want it to be on, you could ...

          Beijing- Ti'anamen and Forbidden City

          A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 30, 2014

          10 photos

          ... allowed inside the gates. On October 1st 1949 Chairman Mao stood on the gates to the forbidden city and declared China open to the world ending the dynasties. In the 70's the Forbidden City was opened to visitors. From the front gates where we entered we pass through 2 huge forecourt areas, one with a moat and 5 bridges before we come to the buildings used by the Emperor for official business and then further on again we pass through other gates ...

          Falling Back in Love with Beijing

          A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Jan 09, 2014

          9 photos

          ... to get my sandwich.

          Once I returned to campus, I came knocking on Greer's door at eight-thirty am. Death opened the door. Greer snapped that she woke up from my knocking and then she slammed the door.

          I quietly walked back to my room ashamed of my action.

          At nine, I called Mike to meet up with him. He said to meet in fifteen minutes at west gate. During those minutes, I was researching directions on how to get to a winery place ...


          A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 09, 2013

          24 photos

          8th June

          Wishful thinking did not get us a Blue Sky Day. Another day of grey/brown haze. We have not seen the sun since landing in Beijing. Not to worry as we will make the most of our time here enjoyable.

          Today we walk to see the forbidden Palace, about a 30 minute walk. There are so many people here, and then i realise its Saturday. Maybe it would not be as crowded during a week day. Little disappointed. There are so ...